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Winter 2013-2014

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Woodworking Techniques

  • Make Quartersawn Picture Frame Stock

    by American Woodworker Editors     Wednesday, March 5, 2014
    Make Quartersawn Picture Frame Stock If you’ve got some spare 8/4 (2-in.) lumber lying around your shop, it’s easy to transform it into stunning quartersawn wood for your picture frame. Quartersawn figure in almost every wood is really something...
  • Coved Doors on the Tablesaw

    by AW-Editor     Thursday, February 20, 2014
    Coved Doors on the Tablesaw Make beautiful raised panels without a router table and expensive bits. By George Vondriska The tool of choice for most small-shop woodworkers who want to make raised panels is the router: A large one, generally 3 hp,hung in...
  • Slot & Spline Paneled Door

    by American Woodworker Editors     Tuesday, February 14, 2012
    Slot & Spline Paneled Door Hands down, the easiest way to make a frame-and-panel door. By Tom Caspar Purchase the complete version of this woodworking technique story from AWBookstore.com . A good-looking frame-and-panel door is really quite easy...
  • Tablesawn Circles

    by American Woodworker Editors     Tuesday, January 3, 2012
    Tablesawn Circles Saw round tabletops with a simple shop-made jig. By Tim Johnson It’s easy to cut perfectly round tabletops of almost any size on your tablesaw. All it takes is a simple jig (Fig. A., below) and careful setup. With this method,...
  • Soup Up Your Shop

    by American Woodworker Editors     Tuesday, November 1, 2011
    Soup Up Your Shop The right accessories for maximizing your performance and safety. By Dave Munkittrick Here at American Woodworker we see a lot of tools and accessories.We’ve been impressed by how the right accessories—either store-bought...
  • Accurize Your Tablesaw

    by American Woodworker Editors     Tuesday, November 1, 2011
    Accurize Your Tablesaw Super-tune your saw for absolutely straight, smooth and burn-free cuts. By Richard Tendick When my contractor’s saw was new, it cut perfectly. Over the years, it gradually went out of whack. I’ll show you what I did...